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but he saved some of his comments for his closest opponent in iowa ted cruz who trump claims may not be able to serve as president because the texas senator was born in canada. donald trump: is he a natural born citizen? i don't know, i don't know. he used a football analogy this sunday to compare the game to the status of america. trump: it has become soft and our country has become soft. our country has become soft. he was well received this afternoon, and reminded his fans to not to forget to register to vote. they need to do so to participate in the republican caucuses on february 23rd. in downtown reno terri russell kolo 8 news now
candidate hillary clinton. "the stakes have never been higher which is why we need a women's health champion in the white house. hillary clinton is the right person for the job." the endorsement is the group's first in a presidential primary. they say they want to remind voters about republican candidates' positions on women's health. most g-o-p candidates object to continued federal financing of the organization. recently a measure the republican-led house to stop the flow of money. cooling off today from yesterday... but how low did we go. dick stoddard has a look at your weather now forecast. high pressure will remain along the west coast into tuesday. valley inversions will strengthen with dry conditions. the next area of low pressure
wednesday which may provide the next decent chance of precipitation. && .short term... cloud cover remains across much of western nevada this afternoon and it looks to continue well into the evening. clearing will be slow to occur as dry air erodes the layer from above with some subsidence. when it clears later tonight some areas may see some fog later tonight, particularly near truckee, the sierra valley and near the carson sink. otherwise, ridging will build along the estimated at a record
so your friends and neighbors once again headed out to the border this morning... in hopes of getting their hands on a winning ticket. abc's karla bar-gia-rena takes a look at this week's record breaking drawing. let the frenzy and the daydreaming continue. sot "if i win, i'm going to take a trip around the world." despite millions of americans dipping into their pocketbooks to buy tickets... nats ...no one won the record $949 million dollar powerball jackpot. gary grief, lottery's powerball chair "i was very surprised last night to see the results." saturday nights results stunning even lottery officials. especially when you consider the new jackpot is estimated at 1.3 billion dollars. a number so high it's overwhelming-- even for lottery billboards like this one in buffalo new york that don't have room for that mind boggling number.
chair "we know this jackpot is very winnable." lottery officials admit recent rule changes are making it harder for you to win. but insist the chance to take home the money is still there. gary grief, lottery's powerball chair "they went from 1 in 175 million to 1 in 292 million. just a couple of weeks after that change, we had a $144 million powerball winner come forward." so what if this ticket really is the winner? stephanie gruenhagen/attorney "the first thing you should do is sign the back of your ticket, and then put it in a safe place." "you need a tax advisor and attorney right away so they can help you make a plan" whatever your plan...experts say to wait at least six months before purchasing anything... nat pop:woman: "probably take my family on a big vacation!" ... so that vacation will have to wait. this is by far the largest jackpot this country has ever seen. but it's definitely not the world's largest...that honor goes to spain after the lottery game known as "el gordo" or the fat one paid out 2. 4 billion dollars last month. karla barguiarena, abc news, new york. a passenger on a packed bay area rapid train was shot and killed last
. the gunman escaping the train at a west oakland station. the incident left riders panicked and fearful this was a terrorist attack. but a bart spokesman says this was an isolated incident, and not part of a greater plot. witnesses described the suspect as a bald black man, roughly 6-feet tall with a with slim build. changing gears for a moment... the wilbur d. may museum at rancho san rafael park debuted a new exhibit this weekend. it's called "snakes alive" and it's a way to get up close and personal with all kinds of the slithery creatures. kolo 8 news nows chris buckley takes us there. "i'm a little scared!" the wilbur d. may musuem's newest exhibit, snakes alive, is all about facing your fears. "snakes are not something to be afraid of fear of snakes is an irrational fear but it affeccts a lot of people so exhibits like this help dispel a lot of the myths and people realize they're part
exhibit... with an opportunity to hold live snakes.. "what did it feel like? bumpy!" cross a bridge filled with live rattlesnakes... and see the world through a snakes view. every other weekend the great basin herpetological society is helping with the education aspect. "we just want to get the word out these animals are not dangerous they're pets, snakes don't need to be feared." "this is a california king snake, they're called that because they eat other snakes so you have to keep them away from your buddies." the hope is, those that fear snakes will gain a newfound respect for them... "i encourage everyone to check it out even if you're afrain of them you're not going to be forced to hold a snake but we're going to encourage you to face your fears in a controlled kind of way." and for those that have no fear? "awesomeness." the exhibit runs through april 10th. at rancho san rafael regional park chris buckley kolo 8 news now.
across much of western nevada this afternoon and it looks
to continue well into the evening. clearing will be slow to occur as dry air erodes the layer from above with some subsidence. when it clears later tonight some areas may see some fog later tonight, particularly near truckee, the sierra valley and near the carson sink. otherwise, ridging will build along the west coast and keep quiet weather into tuesday with dry conditions. with light
but still expect temps to be close to average. there will be some mid and high clouds monday as a weakening system moves into oregon. the next system is slated to arrive wednesday. it will be moving into the ridge and the last two systems have significantly weakened while doing so. yesterday was much drier than models showed last wed/thu so do not want to get excited just yet. if the current model trends hold, a few inches of snow are possible in the sierra, with snow levels 5000-5500 feet. right now, have tempered it given the
their block... old market business owners watch the bedrock of their block - burn. nick bartholomew the market house fire tore through nick bartholomew's own business, the market house around the block. across the street, staff felt the explosion just before three. vlasis pergakis cupcake! omaha employee moments later - dozens of people scattered. amber tremaine works nearby seeing fire crews cope with dangerous cold hour after hour... people help first responders and families forced out -- however they can. heartbroken by the sights... of hometown favorites -- go up in flames. the old market was the
we begin in minnesota -- seahawks and vikings in the 3rd coldest game in n-f-l history
-- 6-below zero at kickoff... but it's a dry 6-below zero... 4th quarter -- vikings up 9-0... but here comes seattle... russell wilson -- to doug baldwin... cuts the lead to 9-7... next vikings drive -- teddy bridgewater gets it to adrian peterson
peterson fumbles! ripped out by kam chancellor... and recovered by the seahawks -- that led to a field goal to give seattle a 10-9 lead... under 2 minutes to go -- vikings driving... bridgewater -- to kyle rudolph... breaks a tackle, gets down inside the 20-yard-line... out comes blair walsh to kick a 27-yard field goal -- a chip shot -- but he misses it! wide left! unbelievable... and the seahawks survive, 10-9... they move on to face carolina next week the other game -- washington and green bay... 2nd quarter -- kirk cousins -- nice pass to jordan reed... 24-yard touchdown strike... washington up 11-0... but back come the packers -- just before halftime, now 11-10... aaron rodgers -- finds a
green bay up 17-11 at the half... 3rd quarter -- cousins -- on the keeper... you like that!... washington back on top 18-17... but green bay answers again... james starks on the toss... nice move to get into the endzone... 24-18 packers... 4th quarter -- green bay threatening again -- this time it's eddy lacy on the touchdown run... and the packers make it 4 for 4 for the road teams this weekend, 35- 18 meanwhile -- breaking news tonight in college basketball -- dave rice is out as u-n-l-v head coach after starting the season 7-1, the rebels have lost 6 of their last 8 games, including their first 3 in mountain west play... rice was in his 5th season at u-n-l-v, where he had a record of 98-54 and 2 trips to the n-c-a-a tournament...
todd simon will take over as interim head coach meantime -- an impressive win for the wolf pack yesterday at air force, 86-63... 5 pack players scored in double figures, led by tyron criswell with a game-high 19... marqueze coleman filled up the stat sheet with 12 points, 8 rebounds, 7 assists, and 4 steals... and cam oliver added 12 points, 12 boards, and 4 blocks, as nevada improved to 10-6 on the season, 2-2 in the mountain west next up for the pack -- a date with first place boise state -- wednesday night at lawlor events center -- the broncos are a perfect 3-0 in conference play reno bighorns pick up a win tonight over maine at the d-league showcase in santa cruz,
clearing will be slow to occur as dry air erodes the layer from above with some subsidence. when it clears later tonight some areas may see some fog later tonight, particularly waiter: here's your check. oh! you--you got it. you know, since i got rid of my car, i really enjoy walking. ok. got it? no, i'm good. announcer: getting pulled over for buzzed driving could cost you around $10,000 in fines, legal fees, and increased insuranancece rates. oh, you're home early. you live with your mom? announcer: that'll set your game back a few years. buzzed, busted, and broke